OUR REGULAR LINE AND SEASONAL RUMS ARE DESIGNED FROM THE GROUND UP TO TRANSPORT YOU TO A PLACE WITHIN OUR IMAGINATION 

Each Lost Spirits rum is fermented, distilled and matured in-house at our distilleries in Los Angeles and Monterey county.  The quantities are inherently small and limited due to capacity.  The distillery is a marvel of both art and science, with production almost entirely automated by Tessa the talking robot (made by us) who runs nearly everything at Lost Spirits. Even the dragon headed stills (also made by us). 

 

With production automated, we spend our spare time running lab studies and building new enchanted corners of the distillery itself.

RAW MATERIALS

We start with grade 'A' molasses and add yeast and water as the only ingredients...

FERMENATATION

Fermentation takes place in open top copper vats, carefully inoculated with both our house yeast strain and select bacteria.

DISTILLATION

We distill twice in a copper alembic stills.  Each fitted with a signature sculpted dragon head.

Each still is sculpted from copper sheet in house.

Maturation

In 2014 we made history by inventing a process that allowed us to both trigger and control the maturation process. 

Each Lost Spirits rum is matured using powers some consider to be unnatural.

 

A CONTRIBUTION TO THE ANGELS

On Easter Sunday, 2017, Lost Spirits invented a new technique capable of recreating the angels share.  The last missing link to recreating 30 year plus spirits in the laboratory. 

 

For our very finest new expressions, we give back a portion of the spirit to the angels...

RACKING &

BOTTLING

 We do not chill filter and bottle everything in limited runs by

hand in small quantities...

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